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MSNBC
Sep 5, 2011 11:00am PDT
a history of troubled relationships. >> in 1977 i got out on parole from indiana youth center in plainfield. they sent me to a town i never been to before. i fell in love with a girl. i caught her with another man. and i beat, stabbed and strangled her to death. i've been in prison ever since. >> hollon's current relationship might have a dark side as well. >> at the end of july i received a phone call from an elderly gentleman on the street that indicated that offender hollon had an ongoing relationship with her father for many years and basically it appeared, at least to her at the time, that he had scammed her father out of several thousand dollars. in the tune of about $60,000 over the last 12 or 13 years. >> i don't agree with it at all. whatever somebody did for me, they did because they wanted to. i couldn't make them do anything. there was no fraud. because i never lied. >> mr. hollon has been misleading the victim into believing that he if kept sending money that offender hollon -- to a fictitious attorney, that defender hollon would be able to get out of prison. that's not going t
MSNBC
Sep 2, 2011 11:00am PDT
information about a form of flu virus that has emerged in my native pennsylvania and indiana, and what do you know about that? >> well, something to watch in the next few days and week. with e no e fr we know about the swine flu, and a new movie coming up about bird flu is going to get people thinking of a pandemic again. and this is a very new virus and it is probably not responsive to the vaccine that is out there, and so, it could spread. we haven't seen evidence of widespread yet, and we don't know how efficient it is, but these, these children who didn't have any relationship to a farm, and yet this seems to have come from pigs, so we are not sure what is going on here. >> never that it is a good time, but it is a bad time, because the kids are in school or certainly by next week going back to school. >> but there is not a lot of evidence yet. there is only two cases, and everybody will be watching closely. and the state labs are very much better at the surveillance, because of the, you know, incidence with the swine flu in 2009, so that is why they are picked up earlier and before they
MSNBC
Sep 22, 2011 11:00am PDT
that throughout the region. a major bridge that connects kentucky and indiana closed down for safety reasons. another aging bridge that crosses over the river. it could be replaced right now. there rail stations in cleveland and toledo in desperate need of repair. the same is true in cities across america. it makes your commute longer. it costs our businesses billions of dollars. they could be moving products faster if they had better transportation routes. in some cases it's not safe. we used to have the best infrastructure in the world here in america. we are the country that built the intercontinental reporter. the interstate highway system. we built the hoover dam and the grand central station. how can we sit back and let china build the best railroads. let europe build the best highways and have singapore build a nicer airport? at a time when we have millions of unemployed construction workers out there just ready to get on the job and ready to do the work. rebuilding america. >> this bill was not that complicated. it's a bill that would put people back to work rebuilding america. repai
MSNBC
Sep 1, 2011 2:00pm EDT
before the deadly stage collapse at the indiana state fair, feinberg previously handled funds for the victims of the 9/11 attacks and also the bp spill victims. nine people died and four dozen people were injured there. >>> and now a court testimony and how it is used in court is being following carefully across the country. the new jersey supreme court says that eyewitness invtestimo is not reliable. joining me now is nationally syndicated talk radio show host michael smerconish. good to see you. >> thank you. >> we usually have you in one of the boxes, so it is good to see you in studio. how significant is this decision? >> significant and interesting because brandon garrett is a law professor at uva and he did something interesting he looked at the first 200 people who were released from jail because the dna said, they didn't do it, and he wanted to find out the common denominator if any and why were they convicted in the first go around and he found out there were bad eyewitnesses predicated on lineup or misidentification, and then delved into the rules of what are being f
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